October 22, 2018
CINCINNATI, Ohio—Through nearly two rounds of play, Ohio State has a commanding eight stroke lead going into the final day of the Musketeer Classic on Tuesday. The first round was delayed by frost, and as a result the second round was cut short by darkness, to be finished up tomorrow morning at 9 AM, immediately followed by the third round.
Maketewah Country Club, the site for the Musketeers Classic, is the home course for senior Will Grimmer and it showed through as he carded nine birdies to get to seven under overall and hold a two stroke advantage over the field. Grimmer’s first round of 68, placed him in great position going into the second round where he is four under through 13 holes and has a chance to claim his best finish of the season.
Will Voetsch and Daniel Wetterich both sit at one over for the tournament and sit in sixth place. Voetsch played the first round to the tune of one over and has traded birdies and bogeys to remain there. Wetterich turned in an opening round of 74 and is two under in his second round through 13 holes. Caleb Ramirez is in a tie for 17th at four over, while Justin Wick holds a share of 71st at 14 over. Kevin Stone, the lone Ohio State individual, currently sits at 13 over.